2017 10th Saturday Recap
Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
~ it is looking good
Cliff said I should report that he has toured the entire farm and there is no snow left. Nevertheless, passing through town today we see piles of snow (that was removed) remains. The Middle School parking lot had substantial mounds of the dirty melting leftovers. The fields are drying and tractors and gearing up to go to work. The reservoirs are water-ready. Unlike recent history when farmers were wondering if they would get enough water.
We are looking forward to trips to the Three Cliff’s Sanctuary on the southeast corner of the property. We were there this week, and clearly, it is evident that there is a lot of cleanup to be done.
This Week on the Blog
Here are the week’s posts if you wish you may review or visit them today! This week the most popular post was regarding our friend’s ordeal. The second most visited and shared post was the one that featured Stackhouse and the two resident cats.
Sunday—March 12 — Jorga
Monday —March 13 — JuneAnn
Tuesday —March 14 — Walking Through the Fire
Wednesday —March 15 — What about Cats?
Thursday —March 16 — Not Long Ago
Friday — March 17 — Thoughts
On a very personal note
Cliff is laying tile in the utility bath. It is a pretty messy affair right now, but it will soon be a vast improvement. I am still battling the health crisis. I am getting better, but the six-month battle has taken its toll. I am trying acupuncture, and it seems to be providing some relief and a small spark. I am going to continue the treatment.
Spring and the improved weather is beneficial. We will have more to report come next week.